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You’ll learn from experienced Christian professors to develop a critical understanding of media production and its relationship to faith in today's world. The Radio & Recording Arts track is designed to develop your skills in announcing, audio production, media writing, programming, and management. You’ll be prepared to work in radio, television, film, and other careers in electronic media or go on to graduate study.
When you choose the Radio & Recording Arts track you can either study for a semester at the Contemporary Music Center (CMC) in Nashville, TN or take classes on campus at University of Northwestern.
Our small classes allow Northwestern faculty members to guide and mentor you towards a track that will best fit your unique strengths, while growing in faith and seeing God’s gifts flourish within you. With campus so close to downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, students can take advantage of opportunities in Minnesota’s thriving business and media production industries.
Northwestern media production alumni have found careers as anchors at managing or hosting programs at many radio stations around the country, investigative reporting, and running their own production companies.
If you enjoy working with technology and editing audio/film recordings sounds fascinating to you, or recording a sermon in a Christian environment would empower you to spread the gospel to others, and are interested in a career in various media platforms, this might be the right major for you.
My professors helped me prepare for a professional career in media by accurately and realistically sharing their experiences and talking about how to handle faith in a professional context.
of media production graduates found employment
is a student run radio station
people attended the Five16 Film Festival hosted by Northwestern students